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New French Pop, Electro and Rap Music Albums To Discover in March

If you are curious about new releases in electronic, pop or rap music, discover our selection for March!


ADN by Rim K

After the release of his latest EP "Midnight," contemporary French rap pioneer Rim'K returns this month with "ADN". The rapper's fifth EP since the launch of his solo career, the project is composed of 7 tracks featuring a number of prestigious artists, ranging from promising young producers like Noxious and Rudynovski to the new headliners of the French rap scene, such as Hamza, Leto, PLK and Da Uzi.

Everything Tasteful by Lala&CE

This month, the young 27-year-old from Lyon, Lala&CE, unveils her first album "Everything Tasteful." Produced by her own label &ce Reckless, the project brings together 15 tracks from 15 different producers, allowing the talented artist to showcase her varied artistic abilities and a constantly expanding universe. Through the continuous highlighting of female attributes and an assertive reappropriation of the hyper-sexualized stereotypes of the rap industry, Lala&CE celebrates with "E.T" the reputation of French female rap.

140 BPM2 by Hamza

As a continuation of his 3-track EP "140 BPM2 " released in 2020, Hamza unveils the second part: "140 BPM2." In this longer project of 13 tracks, the French-speaking rapper creates in the subgenre of UK Drill, which draws numerous artists, especially since its popularization by the late New York rapper Pop Smoke. There are also many collaborations on the project, such as in "Don't Tell," which features English rapper Headie One.


Flashback FM  by Møme and Ricky Ducati

Møme and Ricky Ducati have released their collaborative album “Flashback FM," unveiling the full 15-track LP that blends sonic influences of the 70s and 80s with forward-thinking electronic production. After the release of 4 singles (Got It MadeThey SaidMoves, and I Know), the collaborative album is out in full today across all streaming platforms. Drawing on a myriad of influences from disco, soul, RnB, and pop, “Flashback FM” is a homage to the past, a glorious kaleidoscopic trip back in time through the halcyon musical lineage of the 70s, 80s and 90s. Learn more about the collaboration by reading our interview

To rediscover: Discovery by Daft Punk

After four studio albums, two tours and 28 years of working together, legendary electronic duo Daft Punk recently announced the end of their collaboration. Because they were--are--one of the most influential groups on the electro scene in the world, we can't resist the chance to listen again to one of their most popular albums, Discovery. Released in 2001, this album is well-known for the famous song "One More Time," accompanied by an anime clip directed by Kazuhisa Takenouchi and produced by the iconic anime studio Toei Animation (Sailor Moon, Dragon Ball).

Tourist (Tourist 20th Anniversary Travel Versions)  by St Germain

When it was first released back in 2000, Tourist became a global success, selling over four million albums worldwide. It was Ludovic Navarre’s (aka. St Germain) third studio album that really launched him into superstardom, combining elements of house and nu jazz to produce an impeccable album to chill out to. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of his Tourist album, Ludovic St Germain has invited producers, DJs and remixers from the UK, South Africa, USA, Reunion Island, and France, all with various musical inspirations, from Deep House to Afro House and Chicago House.


ToïToï II by Suzane

After being the most booked artist of the 2019 summer festivals and having won the Victoires de la Musique Scene Revelation in 2020, Suzane unveils the new edition of her first album. With 5 new tracks, the singer continues in this album, released on January 22nd, to assert her storytelling style against a backdrop of electro-pop music.

Facile x Fragile by Camélia Jordana

With her fourth album, Camélia Jordana makes a great comeback in the music world after venturing into a fruitful career in acting. Carried by the single "Facile", for which she was nominated at the Victoires de la Musique 2021, this album also includes two collaborations with Dadju and Soolking. Eclectic and fascinating, it integrates pop hits and timeless tracks, tinted with feminism and recorded with passion last summer in Provence.


With Hyper, his first album, Hervé described his daily life and states of mind in a deliberately tormented and direct manner. Hyper - Prolongations, includes 5 new tracks, always mixing French variety with electro and disco. At the 2021 Victoires de la Musique ceremony, he was awarded the Revelation of the Year